April 18, 2014 by Joanne T Ferguson
This is the question we at Foodie Friends Friday we will be asking people!
When I was little, part of our Easter traditions was always dying Easter eggs and receiving chocolate.
Our family had a traditional Easter egg “crack” whereby you would hold your decorated egg in your hand and then had to advance towards your opponent to try and crack their egg.
The person whose egg did not crack would then have to challenge the next one and so on and so forth.
The person whose egg was not cracked at the end was the winner, but more importantly received good luck for the following year.
Oh how I miss those childhood traditions, customs etc of our culture.
I do hope you know EGG-ACTLY how I feel and will look forward to some Easter surprises that will soon be coming via a blog post at What’s On The List.
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